Hitting the water this weekend in Hainan Island, the KTA (Kiteboard Tour Asia) is Asia's biggest kitesurfing event.
The tour's China stop will take place at the Haikou), and kicks off on Thursday 25 November with rider registration and warm ups, followed by rounds of competition through Monday 29 November 2010. With the wind forecast to hit an average of around 14 to 17 knots, it's bound to be a blast.
Those in the know will also be excited to hear that Cabrinha sponsored rider and world race course champion Bruno Sokra has been confirmed to attend as the event's special guest rider and will be hosting the KTA course race clinic on Thursday 25 November.
Sixty riders from all over Asia are due to take part in the Freestyle, Course Racing and Old Skool events—expect a high-flying, fast-paced, adrenalin-fueled show with big air rotations, off-the-board maneuvers and antics that just generally make you go "Whoooooah!!!"
So if you're looking for an action-packed weekend, then get yourself on a flight to Haikou and discover the newest sport to hit Chinese shores!
Read more about kitesurfing in China on the China Travel Blog.